Live in Dundalk and Commute...

Dundalk is 50km North of Dublin, which is approximately one hour’s drive. The biggest towns in the Northeast region are Dundalk (39,000), Ardee (4,928), Carlingford (1,445) and Dromiskin (1,195). Blackrock, a stunning seaside village, located just 10 minutes outside of Dundalk town centre, has become one of the most in-demand areas for good family homes in the Northeast in recent years. Have a coffee in the villages’ favourite cafe Rocksalt whilst looking out at the ocean waves across the road and you’ll see why this area has become so popular in recent years. Luckily for budding homeowners there are many other scenic areas like this along the Northeast’s stunning coastline.

Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Bridge
Mary McAleese Boyne Valley Bridge

Commuting to Dublin from Dundalk  
Dundalk has an enviable location on the beautiful Northeast coastline, yet is only one hour’s drive from both Dublin and Belfast and just 45 minutes from Dublin airport. Dublin is also accessible via frequent rail services, public and private coaches, and online lift-share options.

Dublin from Dundalk – Public Transport Links
Each weekday you have 52 public transport options to get to Dublin from Dundalk. 

Matthews Coachs run 21 busses per day from Dundalk to Dublin city centre. See the timetable here
Bus Eireann’s 100x coach runs 18 busses per day from Dundalk to Dublin airport and Dublin city centre. See Bus Times Here
Iarnród Éireann runs 13 trains per day from Clarke station in Dundalk to Connolly Station, Dublin.  See Train Times here
Each weekday you have 5 public transport options to get to Belfast from Dundalk. 
Iarnród Éireann runs 5 trains per day from Clarke Station Dundalk to Belfast Central Station.  See Train Times here